What are some of the most interesting articles / pages on Wikipedia?

I'm dedicating this discussion to the most interesting articles or pages on Wikipedia. You'll have to provide a link and then briefly describe why it's an interesting page.

Page Title:
Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo
Link: Buffalo Buffalo Buffalo Buffalo Buffalo Buffalo Buffalo Buffalo

It's interesting because: That title, is grammatically correct English sentence! Don't believe it? Read about it on the wikipedia.


  • Anoop Kumar
    Anoop Kumar
    Look like spoken wikipedia article project had been flagged during Jun-2013 and there are volunteers who record the articles and upload it.
    I just noticed on article
    Buffalo Buffalo Buffalo Buffalo Buffalo Buffalo Buffalo Buffalo
    and surprisingly it's not a machine accent but human one.

    Find this icon at end of the selected articles

    You can find more spoken articles on following link
    Wikipedia:spoken Articles

    PS: How awesome it would be, if Morgan Freeman will narrate his wiki page 😀
  • Ankita Katdare
    Ankita Katdare
    The List of censored T-Shirts -

    This is a listing of cases where the sale or wearing of specific items of clothing carrying slogans has been illegal or subject to legal challenge.


    Robert Shields Diarist -

    Reverend Robert Shields (May 17, 1918 – October 15, 2007) was a former Minister and high school English teacher who lived in Dayton, Washington, USA, and left behind a diary of 37.5 million words that fills 94 boxes. The diary chronicles every five minutes of his life from 1972 until a stroke disabled him in 1997.

    Robert Shields (Diarist)

    Believing that discontinuing his diary would be like “turning off my life”, he spent four hours a day in the office on his back porch, in his underwear, recording his body temperature, blood pressure, medications, describing his urination, and slept for only two hours at a time so he could describe his dreams.
  • Ankita Katdare
    Ankita Katdare
    And this one's awesome too -

    Gadsby (Novel)

    Gadsby: A Story of Over 50,000 Words Without Using the Letter "E" is a 1939 novel by Ernest Vincent Wright. The plot revolves around the dying fictional city of Branton Hills, which is revitalized thanks to the efforts of protagonist John Gadsby and a youth group he organizes. The novel is written as a lipogram and does not include words that contain the letter "e". Though self-published and little-noticed in its time, the book is a favorite of fans of constrained writing and is a sought-after rarity among some book collectors.
  • Anoop Kumar
    Anoop Kumar
    Ankita Katdare
    And this one's awesome too -

    Gadsby (Novel)
    Great, didn't heard about Lipogram.
    But ironically there are 8 'E' letters on cover only.😉

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